Heart & Circulation
The Heart is probably the most sensitive organ in our body. We know when we are 'heart-broken' by sadness or grief; we can feel the tension or pain in our chest. The heart is sensitive to our levels of stress and negative emotions. Studies show that listening to relaxing music can lower blood pressure, increase blood flow, as well as lower stress hormones that deplete the immune system and increase the likelihood of catching a cold or viral infection. The heart is also sensitive to environmental toxins and pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses, or parasites.
Toxins from our food choices, polluted air and water, the stress of everyday life, and repressed negative emotions all build up inside the royal chamber of our heart affecting our ability to live in harmony with the Natural Rhythm of Life.
Dr. Weston Price, a dentist in the 1930's, was one of the first to recognize and document how an infection in a specific tooth can cause degeneration in the associated organ. In one study Dr. Price removed root-canal teeth from patients who had developed heart disease following a root canal procedure, and he found that the patients' heart disease improved. He later implanted the extracted root-canal teeth into healthy rabbits and they immediately developed heart disease and died.